Please click the links to the Macalester-Groveland Community Council committees to find out more about them, the work that they do, and how to get involved. All committee meetings are open to the public, and are composed of both community members and board members. Community members who attend three consecutive meetings may vote at the third meeting.

Note that any minutes presented on these pages are summaries of discussions that occurred at meetings, not actual transcriptions.

Community Building Committee: Plans and coordinates our neighborhood beautification programs, community events, on-going programs and other new programs that contribute to our community, improve communications and increase involvement with everyone in Mac-Groveland.  Meets the 2nd Monday of each month.

Inclusivity Task Force: A diversity of perspectives is an essential component of accountable and representative decision-making. In recognition that the MGCC could do more in pursuit of equitable engagement, the Board of Directors created the Inclusivity Task Force (ITF). Meets the 1st Thursday of each month.

Housing and Land Use: Provides an open forum for citizen participation in civil dialogue that applies City guidelines for land use in a way that recognizes the unique nature of our Macalester-Groveland residences, businesses and Institutions and enhances the livability of our neighborhood. Meets the 4th Wednesday of each month.

Transportation: Acts as a liaison between stakeholders, including local community councils and government agencies supporting and advocating for a balanced multi-modal transportation system, including pedestrians, bicyclists, transit and motor vehicles. Meets the 4th Monday of each month.

Long Range Planning: Helps guide implementation the 10 Year Community Plan. Meets biannually.

Environment: Educates and provides accessible resources to Macalester-Groveland and the surrounding community to promote a sustainable lifestyle. This committee is not currently active. Interested individuals are encouraged to check out the Community Building Committee, where environmental topics will continue to be addressed.